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Exclusive Nico Hulkenberg Q&A: A solid start for Force India

Having scored points in the first ten rounds of the season, Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg headed into the summer break on something of a low, after crashing into his team mate and retirement in Hungary. That, Hulkenberg insists, is now history - and after a solid showing in Friday practice at Spa-Francorchamps, the German seems quietly confident of resuming his top-ten trend on Sunday…Q: Nico, you still have two world champions - Jenson Button and Kimi Raikkonen - behind you in the driver standings. That must have given you a cozy feeling heading into the holidays. But will that be enough to keep you happy for the rest of the season?Nico Hulkenberg: Ha, to be honest: sometimes...
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